@pensador_13 beware you’ll need sone good hardware for a WinNT 64-bit VM. In order to get an acceptable performance, such a demanding OS would first of all require a UEFI with x86_64-Virtualization/Abstraction: AMD-V or Intel Vt-x (no 64-but guests otherwise) and possibly Vt-d (for PCI/PCIe passthrough) enabled. My recommendation would be 8Gb RAM DDR3/4 (to share half with guest) and a i5 Haswell or later CPU. For something like Windows 10, bare QEMU is almost worrth nothing: you’ll need to load KVM module for a hybrid virtualization and use KVM it as sublayer. Passing through your GPU would be a checkmate (obviously, as for wine, this implies not negligible security issues, but of you’re careful and responsibile you’ll be like the tons of serious/responsible Windows users who never experience nuisances)
If your PC has lower specs, then I would recommend a type I hypervisor,like Xen
For even lower specs, wine (possibly + winetricks + PlayonLinux ports) is definitely the only choice.
I have standard QEMU (no KVM) VMs on FreeBSD on a 2010 laptop (without x86_64 Virtualization) but we’re speaking of FreeDOS, 9front and Minix3, Tiny Core Linux guests, certainly not Windows 10 64bit, which requires 2Gb RAM on idle